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Subject: Some incredible stuff here.
Both this and the most recent AUD tape (the 24 bit job) are excellent, and I recommend both.
Subject: not your father's Dead
While I am partial to '68 to '71, I gave this show a listen for a change of pace. I am not fond of the "electric piano" sound, nor of the way they ended Sugar Magnolia in this era. And the way they opened Jack Straw in this show nearly had me gagging over the toilet. But Jerry's work near the end of that song redeemed it for me. And there are enough exciting moments for me to rate this four stars, the most I can give a show from this era.
But take a lesson from this. It was one year after Jerry began smoking heroin. As Garcia himself said, at first drugs give you freedom - then they imprison you.
Subject: Favorite Peggy-O
Listen and learn. A+ show, of course Charlie Miller delivers the good here. Listen w/ headphones and you will be on stage....The Peggy-O is transcendent with a solo that's very unique.
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Subject: Here's a nice little gem....
Love it. US BLUES at the end rocks. Epecially the thank-you, lol. Sounds fantastic. I will enjoy this one many times over in the future. Drums and Space are usually not my thang, but this one was listenable and had cohesiveness. Maybe it was my mood? either way it shouldn't disappoint.
Subject: Great show and sound
Another in a long series of charlie's angels